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Knitting: Toeless Sock
I needed something to wear on my feet for my pilates class. I found normal socks didn’t let me grip with my toes, and going without I would get cold feet. So I designed Ashram Pilates Socks.
Knitting: Christmas Stocking
These Christmas stockings are knitted using Cascade Yarns Heritage Solid in red, green and white. They use a cuff down and heel cuff method of sock knitting with Scandinavian style motifs. The toe is finished using Kitchener stitch for which there is a link to a video tutorial.
Knitting: Vest
I designed this vest for my Dad, however it would look just as good on a woman as it does on a man!
Knitting: Pullover
This jumper was designed for my grandson to wear during this winter. It is knitted in the round, in one piece from the top down, with the sleeve stitches put onto scrap yarn and finished after the body.
Knitting: Pullover
This jumper was designed with my grandson in mind, but it would look fabulous on a girl too. It is top down, the main part of the body is in one piece with no seaming. The arms and neck are knitted using short rows. I added a hood as I like to think of this as a child surfer’s garment.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
This shawl was designed for my Mum’s 70th birthday present. She lives on the south coast of England on a small island – Hayling Island. She is allergic to some natural fibres and so I decided to use soft acrylic baby yarn for her.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
There is a little bit of a story behind the name of this hap shawl. Recently I was at my local WI meeting and I was nervously stood at the front of this group of very talented ladies talking about how I design knitting patterns. This shawl was my current WIP and although it was still in the early stages, it created a lot of interest as I sat kni...
Knitting: Shorts, Booties, Mittens, Earwarmers
I designed this set for my step-grandson to wear in his first ever professional photo shoot. His mum wanted something cute and memorable. The outfit is designed to look like a boxer’s, with long shorts, boots, a head protector and boxing gloves. There is an added lace up detail as would be seen on a vintage style boxer’s kit.
Knitting: Shorts, Necktie, Booties, Brimmed Hat
I designed this set for my step-grandson to wear in his first ever professional photo shoot. His mum wanted something cute and memorable.
Knitting: Baby Blanket
I wanted to make a blanket that was delicate enough to wrap a baby in as soon as they are born. Something that would look beautiful to bring the baby home in or to wrap them in whilst they sleep in the pram or cot.
Knitting: Sleepwear, Baby Blanket
I designed this baby sleeping bag for my step-grandson. His mum wanted something snuggly for him to sleep in during the day.
Knitting: Sleepwear, Beanie, Toque
This super soft sleeping set consists of a baby sleeping bag and matching hat. It buttons at both the feet and neck allowing you to make those nighttime changes with minimum disturbance.
Knitting: Cowl
This cowl is knitted fat using a provisional cast on and kitchener stitch to fnish.
Knitting: Onesies
This onesie is perfect for that little person in your life to wear when sleeping or playing. It is comfortable enough for moving around and easy to get on and off for all those inevitable changes!
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
This cabled wrap was first published in issue 50 of Knit Now magazine. The cables create a stunning and eye catching pattern.
Knitting: Legwarmers
This boot toppers are simple yet eye catching in their construction as they are knitted flat and seamed at the end. The cabled pattern is very effective, using both knit and purl stitches to create a cable within a cable effect.
Knitting: Headband, Earwarmers
Knitting: Legwarmers
These boot toppers or cuffs are designed to match the headband and cowl using the same cable pattern.
Knitting: Cowl
This cowl is very simple yet eye catching in it’s construction as it is knitted flat and seamed at the end.
Knitting: Earwarmers
This headband is very eye catching with a split cable pattern using both knit and purl stitches. It is knitted fat and seamed at the end with some shaping at each end. It matches the Double Dutch Cabled Cowl.
Knitting: Cowl
This cowl is simple yet eye catching in it’s construction as it is knitted fat and seamed at the end. It includes both written and charted instructions.
Knitting: Cowl, Legwarmers, Headband
This set consists of a headband/earwarmer, short cowl and boot toppers. It uses the diagonal basket weave stitch which has a really interesting texture that you will love.
Knitting: Legwarmers
These leg warmers were first published in issue 49 of Knit Now magazine. The diagonal basket weave pattern is unusual and very effective, but you will soon pick up the repeating pattern. It is achieved by knitting and purling through back loops.
Knitting: Legwarmers
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Knitting: Cowl
This cowl was designed to match the very popular Corn Rows Cabled Headband and boot toppers which are also available in my pattern store. It is knitted flat and seamed at the end.
Knitting: Legwarmers
These boot toppers were designed to match the very popular Corn Rows Cabled Headband. They are knitted flat and seamed at the end. The cabled section is knitted first and the stitches for the ribbing are picked up and knitted at the end.
Knitting: Legwarmers
These cute little boot cuffs are a fabulous project to knit if you would like to try your hand at lace for the first time.
Knitting: Scarf
This scarf is knitted using a mohair/silk blend. The pattern uses a combination of just knit and purl stitches which creates an eye catching diagonal stripe.
Knitting: Legwarmers
These boot cuffs are ideal to brighten up any pair of boots. They are quick to knit up and could be done in an evening in front of the TV. They feature a cute umbrella motif which can be done in any contrasting colour you like. A great first project for using the intarsia method.
Knitting: Legwarmers
These boot cuffs are really quick to knit up. They are perfect for a beginner project. They are also ideal to make if you want an easier project in between some bigger ones.
Knitting: Coaster
This is a free pattern for 3 different kinds of cup coasters and 2 different kinds of mug hugs.
Knitting: Cowl
This cowl is designed with a slip stitch pattern that creates an interesting zig zag effect.
Knitting: Headband
This headband is designed with an interesting corn rows cable going down the middle. It is knitted flat and then seamed at the end. The front of the headband is wider than the back. This is achieved using increases and decreases.
Knitting: Headband
This pattern was designed with people very new to knitting in mind. My daughter who is 11 wants to knit but can just about remember the difference between a knit and purl stitch. Many patterns marketed as beginner are too hard for her and the ones that aren’t are boring.
Knitting: Headband
This pattern is perfect for new knitters, or a quick project to have on the go whilst you are watching TV. It makes a great gift and can be completed in just one evening using less than a 50g ball of aran or worsted weight yarn.
Knitting: Headband, Earwarmers
This headband is perfect for the autumn and winter weather. Unlike hats it will not come off if you are taking part in an activity outdoors or if it is too windy. It is a perfect fit, not too tight and not too loose.
Crochet: Scarf
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